This unit critically examines the relationship between Indigenous wellbeing and associations to land and sea estates proposed and described in contemporary literature. Students analyse literature to critique the narratives that underpin "Healthy Country, Healthy People". An understanding is developed of the ways in which Indigenous wellbeing can be linked to active and sustained engagement with land and sea estates. The critique of 'Healthy Country, Healthy People' narratives also allows for an analysis of contemporary colonisation processes in research and Indigenous engagement.
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